Hunter Futurepreneurs is excited to announce that we have proudly partnered with Young Artisans Marketplace, NSW Youth Week, Hunter Multicultural Communities and Newcastle Youth Council to bring you this COVID-Safe Christmas Youth Market, a great opportunity for our local youth aged 12-25yrs to showcase their goods, wares and/ or talent (handmade, hand crafted, up-cycled…
Lara Davis is a 16 year old who started her candle business, Lovely Little Lights, aged 13. She produced a 16 slide Powerpoint presentation to get her parents to allow her to do it. Taj Pabari was 11 when he started his first business – a website that he grew to 50,000 hits per day….
Hunter Futurepreneurs is proud to announce that Coast Community News have recently featured our YoungPreneurs Podcast Series under the Topic: Youth Week on their website, click the link below to read Terry Collins‘ article posted on 25th April, 2020 –
A new Hunter produced podcast featuring local, successful, young entrepreneurs is inspiring other young local people to consider entrepreneurship.
A few weeks ago we sent out a survey in our Newsletter and throughout our socials for our Futurepreneurs to give us feedback on the services we provide for them and we are so grateful to everyone who took time out of their day to take our survey, your feedback means a lot to us…
Hunter Business Minds Awards celebrate our youngest innovators and entrepreneurs and rewards them for identifying a problem, coming up with a solution and then having the confidence to present their ideas and solutions to others.
Three local business women – Sarah Gray
from Hunter Water, Cheryl Royle from Hunter
Futurepreneurs and Melissa Murray from
Varley. Along with other Hunter business
women, they are profiled in the Women in
Business feature starting on page 21 of this